Northbrook resident unlocks key to Polish, Jewish history
Northbrook resident Judith R. Frazin, an award-winning genealogist with a special knack for language, has released the newest version of a book that already is a vital tool both for Polish and Jewish history scholars and ordinary people hoping to trace their family history.
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#1 Nov 3, 2009
Can't find info/price/location where we can buy your new 2009 edition book.Please
post on Genforum, Rootsweb & Ancestry's
(Poland) message boards! Translation of
LDS films on Polish records 'column head-
ings' needed at LDS libraries around the
USA! Thank you, Judith!!!
#2 Sep 30, 2013
Thank you. I have been studying my Polish ancestors on and off for years. I just recently learned at the age of 59 I may have Jewish blood in me. I hope this material will help me more.
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